Phoenix Mayor Requests DOJ Investigation Into Maricopa County Voting Nightmare

398px-Seal_of_Maricopa_County,_Arizona.svgPhoenix Mayor Greg Stanton wrote an open letter to to United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch requesting an investigation into the Maricopa County voting issues that prevented many thousands of people from participating in the Democratic primary elections on Tuesday.

DOJ letter page 1

DOJ letter page 2

 

Read full letter HERE:

Bernie Sanders calls out Arizona voting process in the video below:

G.A. Casebeer

4 thoughts on “Phoenix Mayor Requests DOJ Investigation Into Maricopa County Voting Nightmare

  • March 23, 2016 at 6:36 pm
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    We all need to thank this man . He cares about our voting rights . I sent him a Thank you on FB . We should all send him a thank you , for fighting for our right to Vote

  • March 23, 2016 at 9:11 pm
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    We need more Mayors who are willing to stand up and be the voice that carries. We need to hold the primary in Arizona again so all citizens have a chance to help make a change.

  • March 24, 2016 at 4:42 am
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    Bernie we are going to win the nomination and the Democratic ticket for the presidency! Vast Majority of population are rooting for you and even over seas. American people are continuing to donate to your campaign and most importantly you have people on your side!

    The Voting issues and delays blame it on the Republican Party, because they want to make it harder and harder because this is what gives them a thinnest line to win presidential election. Also this is what happened in other states when Obama and Mitt were running in 2012. Lack of better words, it is very shameful. raciest, bigotry, unjust, and definitely it is not democracy. Instead “It’s a self-serving party”!

  • March 24, 2016 at 9:44 am
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    Everything is an uphill battle. We can’t trust the voting process, the political parties or the politicians. We are in crisis. We destroy our cities (Flint, MI) and our democracy (Arizona voting) and maybe we fix them, if we can generate enough outrage.

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